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Glasgow civil engineering firm MHL Civil has been awarded a £300k working capital facility to improve its cashflow, whilst rapidly expanding its client base across Scotland. The funding, which was delivered by SME commercial finance provider IGF, has allowed the firm to complete large scale install

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Farming union NFU Scotland has issued a call for new planning regulations to recognise the requirements of modern agriculture. Responding to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the planning policy framework, the union expressed the need for permitted development rights to be extended to larg

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Flats plan for derelict Aberdeenshire building Plans to convert a derelict building in Fraserburgh town centre into homes have been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council.

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Plans for a 150-bedroom hotel complete with a sky bar overlooking the River Clyde have been given the green light by council officials. The 17-storey building on the corner of Dixon Street and Clyde Street was a floor higher when plans were first unveiled in October last year.

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Proposals for a new shopping centre on the outskirts of Cupar have been given the go-ahead by Fife Council. Six large units for food and non-food retail and including a takeaway are to be built next door to the Tesco supermarket on South Road.

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The number of workers in Scotland employed in the low carbon and ‎renewables sector has risen to 58,500 in 2015 – up from an indicative 43,500 employed in 2014. The low carbon and renewables sector generated a turnover of £10.5 billion, 14 per cent of the total UK sector, the Office of National

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Amanda McMillan, Glasgow Airport managing director with cabinet secretary for finance and the constitution, Derek Mackay CCG opens new £4m Glasgow Airport car rental centre

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